Take Part In Art, a regional celebration of the arts, is taking place in the Seattle area through March 1st. That means: it’s almost over.
Here’s what you can do to take advantage of this event while it’s still going on.
Henry Art Gallery
2-for-1 admission for the duration of the event. See video Installations by Ben-Ner, Herrera, Sullivan, and Sussman & The Rufus Corporation!
Nordic Heritage Museum
2-for-1 admission for the duration of the event. Knitting Along the Viking Trail features work by renowned Swedish knitting designer Elsebeth Lavold whose work reinterprets and adapts Viking craftsmanship, giving new life to this most celebrated aspect of Nordic cultural heritage.
Pratt Fine Arts Center
New students get 10% off all classes by using the coupon code “TPIAF09” before the event ends. Choose from classes in glassblowing, cast glass, flameworked glass, metal sculpture, bronze casting, stonecarving, jewelry, woodworking, printmaking, painting, drawing and more.
Seattle Architecture Foundation
Get a two hour walking tour, usually worth $15.00, at a pay what you want rate (minimum of $1.00).
Seattle Asian Art Museum
Pay what you want for the duration of the event. See exhibits like Garden and Cosmos: The Royal Paintings of Jodhpur, which features 58 artworks will present new facets of Indian painting that flourished in the royal courts of Rajasthan from the 17th to the 19th century.
Seattle Art Museum
Pay what you want for the duration of the event. See Edward Hopper’s Women and more permanent exhibits.
Wing Luke Asian Art Museum
Enjoy free family day on Saturday, February 28th, which includes free arts and crafts for kids from 1:00pm to 3:00pm! All other days, get 2-for-1 admission.